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Reading, Berkshire

interviews_page.php?interview_index 3 StrangeFascination.co.uk interview with Busby Busby was introduced to music by his father, Sid Busby, the world famous Jazz trumpet player, renowned for his successful Hollywood jazz albums. Throughout his childhood, Busby would often perform trumpet live with his father as part of a big band ensemble. The father and son also collaborated in 2001 on Sid Busby's album 'A Time For Love' on an orchestral track written by Luke Busby and recorded at CTS


Venezuela

Stejnegeri Stejnegeri ”'', was released in 1979. The album was very successful and considered a classic for many music fans. The album’s title track, written by Cortijo, was a major hit in Puerto Rico and Venezuela. The song was a thinly-veiled ode to marijuana (cannabis (drug)). Santiago’s remake of a song from his days in Cortijo, ''“Vasos En Colores”'', was also a major hit from the album and remained in his live repertoire throughout his career. Other hits from the album were


Hollywood

. Singles * "Feel (Feel (Robbie Williams song))", a track written by Williams and Chambers, was released as the album's first single. Originally only recorded as a demo in 1999, Williams attempted to re-recorded the vocals in 2002, however, felt unsatisfied with the result, and thus decided to issue the original demo version instead.


Netherlands

;kingwork", labour and or tithes owed to the Kandyan king) added to the tension between them and the independent kingdom of Kandy. *India: Jayendra Saraswathi *Netherlands: Volkert van der Graaf *Netherlands: Mohammed Bouyeri Singles * "Feel (Feel (Robbie Williams song))", a track written by Williams and Chambers, was released as the album's first single. Originally only recorded as a demo in 1999, Williams attempted to re-recorded the vocals in 2002, however, felt

duo Bag & Arnthor with additional production from Damon Elliott and Mýa herself. It incorporates elements of rock music. The She'kspere-produced "How You Gonna Tell Me" is the album's sixth track. Written by Kevin Briggs, Kandi Burruss and Mýa; the song itself tells the story of how people do not practice what they preach. "Grandma Says" is the album's seventh track and first skit (sketch comedy) of one. The sketch comedy skit

and fourteenth track. The song is a remake of Michael Jackson's "Lady In My Life" off his 1982's biggest-selling album ''Thriller (Thriller (album))''. "Can't Believe" is the album's third ballad and fifteenth track. The track was produced by Soulshock & Karlin and written by Anthem. The Rodney Jerkins-produced "That's Why I Wanna Fight" is the album's sixteenth track. Written by Rodney Jerkins, Lashawn Daniels, and Fred Jerkins; the song was considered


Australia

on the soundtrack and hand-picked all the tracks that appear. The soundtrack went to Number 34 on the Billboard 200 and spawned one new single from Madonna. The album boasted two new songs from Madonna, "Time Stood Still" (an original track written and produced with William Orbit) and a cover of Don McLean's "American Pie (American Pie (song))." The latter track was a No. 1 around the world, climbing to the top of the charts in the UK, Australia, Germany and Japan

was produced by Swedish (Swedish people) duo Bag & Arnthor with additional production from Damon Elliott and Mýa herself. It incorporates elements of rock music. The She'kspere-produced "How You Gonna Tell Me" is the album's sixth track. Written by Kevin Briggs, Kandi Burruss and Mýa; the song itself tells the story of how people do not practice what they preach. "Grandma Says" is the album's seventh track and first skit (sketch comedy) of one

;, the album's second ballad and fourteenth track. The song is a remake of Michael Jackson's "Lady In My Life" off his 1982's biggest-selling album ''Thriller (Thriller (album))''. "Can't Believe" is the album's third ballad and fifteenth track. The track was produced by Soulshock & Karlin and written by Anthem. The Rodney Jerkins-produced "That's Why I Wanna Fight" is the album's sixteenth track. Written by Rodney Jerkins, Lashawn Daniels, and Fred


New Zealand

"Pussycats" is a nursery rhyme-influenced song produced by Wyclef Jean and Jerry Duplessis. Again & Again is the album's fifth track. The song was produced by Swedish (Swedish people) duo Bag & Arnthor with additional production from Damon Elliott and Mýa herself. It incorporates elements of rock music. The She'kspere-produced "How You Gonna Tell Me" is the album's sixth track. Written by Kevin

was produced by Soulshock & Karlin and written by Anthem. The Rodney Jerkins-produced "That's Why I Wanna Fight" is the album's sixteenth track. Written by Rodney Jerkins, Lashawn Daniels, and Fred Jerkins; the song was considered a single at one point by Mýa's record label Interscope. "Ride & Shake" is a bouncy uptempo song and the album's seventeenth track. The song was produced by Anthony Dent and written by Tamara Savage. "Get Over"


Portugal

and establish a small navy based at the village of Suvali, near Surat, Gujarat to protect commerce. The Company named the force the ''Honourable East India Company's Marine'', and the first fighting ships arrived on 5 September 1612. Singles * "Feel (Feel (Robbie Williams song))", a track written by Williams and Chambers, was released as the album's first single. Originally only recorded as a demo in 1999, Williams attempted to re-recorded the vocals in 2002, however


Germany

Madonna, "Time Stood Still" (an original track written and produced with William Orbit) and a cover of Don McLean's "American Pie (American Pie (song))." The latter track was a No. 1 around the world, climbing to the top of the charts in the UK, Australia, Germany and Japan. The album also included tracks by Moby, Beth Orton, Christina Aguilera and Groove Armada. http: www.madonna.com discography index album albumId 13 ref>

and Jerry Duplessis. Again & Again is the album's fifth track. The song was produced by Swedish (Swedish people) duo Bag & Arnthor with additional production from Damon Elliott and Mýa herself. It incorporates elements of rock music. The She'kspere-produced "How You Gonna Tell Me" is the album's sixth track. Written by Kevin Briggs, Kandi Burruss and Mýa; the song itself tells the story of how people do

"That's Why I Wanna Fight" is the album's sixteenth track. Written by Rodney Jerkins, Lashawn Daniels, and Fred Jerkins; the song was considered a single at one point by Mýa's record label Interscope. "Ride & Shake" is a bouncy uptempo song and the album's seventeenth track. The song was produced by Anthony Dent and written by Tamara Savage. "Get Over" is an outro and the album's final track. It was produced by Chucky Thompson and features Mýa


France

;Anticipating", the 1980s-influenced track, was released exclusively in France having a set of specially commissioned remixes released. The track (written by Brian Kierulf, Josh Schwartz, and Spears herself) was promoted using the Dream Within a Dream Tour live performance of the song as the music video. It was later also released in Brazil. "Boys (Boys (Britney Spears song))" was the fourth single in North America and fifth single in Europe and Australia

Duplessis . Again & Again is the album's fifth track. The song was produced by Swedish (Swedish people) duo Bag & Arnthor with additional production from Damon Elliott and Mýa herself. It incorporates elements of rock music. The She'kspere-produced "How You Gonna Tell Me" is the album's sixth track. Written by Kevin Briggs, Kandi Burruss and Mýa; the song itself tells the story of how people do not practice

;That's Why I Wanna Fight" is the album's sixteenth track. Written by Rodney Jerkins, Lashawn Daniels, and Fred Jerkins; the song was considered a single at one point by Mýa's record label Interscope. "Ride & Shake" is a bouncy uptempo song and the album's seventeenth track. The song was produced by Anthony Dent and written by Tamara Savage. "Get Over" is an outro and the album's final track. It was produced by Chucky Thompson and features Mýa singing


Japan

by the talent management firm Aoni Production. Madonna (Madonna (entertainer)) was executive producer on the soundtrack and hand-picked all the tracks that appear. The soundtrack went to Number 34 on the Billboard 200 and spawned one new single from Madonna. The album boasted two new songs from Madonna, "Time Stood Still" (an original track written and produced with William Orbit) and a cover of Don McLean's "American Pie (American Pie (song))." The latter track


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